Peggy's Cove Lighthouse, Nova Scotia...had to be staged to get people out of the pic!!! LOL

Beautiful Lighthouses around the World - Peggys Point Lighthouse, Nova Scotia, Canada

Photo tour of Halifax, Nova Scotia -- Town Clock

Photo tour of Halifax, Nova Scotia

Photo tour of Halifax, Nova Scotia -- Town Clock on Citadel Hill -Halifax Harbor in the background. The Town clock is one of the coolest places in this city.

Underwater, submarine rides is a feature of the amusement park inside the West Edmonton Mall

The city under one roof: Inside Canada’s biggest mall that has its own pool, amusement park and golf course

Underwater, submarine rides is a feature of the amusement park inside the West Edmonton Mall, when I was there it was BRRRRRRRR! Trucks transported goods with 3 trailers behind, countryside was covered with oil wells!

Confederation Bridge - the world's longest bridge over ice covered water. Prince Edward Island

Confederation Bridge - the world's longest bridge over ice covered water spans from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island.

Magnetic Hill in Moncton, New Brunswick where you drive your car to the bottom of the hill, put it in neutral and your car backs UP ! the hill ! Its an optical illusion, but I've been there..and its freaky !

Magnetic Hill in Moncton, New Brunswick where you drive your car to the bottom of the hill, put it in neutral and your car backs UP ! the hill ! Its an optical illusion, but I've been there.and its freaky ! ARE YOU SERIOUS?

OTTAWA Parliament

Built in Canada's Parliament building. Was actually finished in after the main tower was built. Since then more than a billion (Canadian) dollars have been invested.

Glass House Boswell, BC ~This unusual roadside attraction was built from over half a million discarded embalming fluid bottles.

The Boswell bottle house. Creation of a retired funeral director, David H Brown, in Overlooking Kootenay Lake,British Columbia, Canada. Built with around 500 000 empty embalming fluid bottles.

Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller

Albertosaurus, Canada's national dinosaur, discovered in 1884 by Joseph Burr Tyrrell. It was the discovery that made everyone notice one of our country's finest heritage sites: Dinosaur Provincial Park.

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